BSN Nursing

Core Curriculum Courses
See the Core Curriculum Requirements42
Required Prerequisite Courses
Visual/Performing Arts
US-College Reading & Writing *
GLB/US-Written Argument/Research *
History of the United States through Reconstruction *
History of the United States From Reconstruction *
United States Government and Politics *
Texas Government and Politics
Introduction to Psychology *
Fundamentals of Public Speaking *
Business/Professional Speaking
US-Hum Anatomy/Physiology I *
Hum Anatomy/Physiology II *
US-College Algebra *
US-General Ethics *
Survey of General Chemistry ( ) *Must take Chem lab
General and Quantitative Chemistry I
CHEM 1105Experimental Survey of General Chemistry: Laboratory Section1
Required Support Courses
PSY 322Lifespan Development3
BIOL 2420General Microbiology4
MATH 453Essentials of Statistics **3
or MATH 1342 Elementary Statistical Methods
or PSY 302 Statistics and Research Design I
Additional Hours from Science Options in the Core2
HHPH 331Nutrition3
Required courses in the major
NURS 3133Gerontological Nursing1
NURS 3232Professional Nursing Issues2
NURS 3313GLB/Therapeutic Communication3
NURS 3316Principles of Pharmacology and Pathophysiology I3
NURS 3317Principles of Pharmacology and Pathophysiology II3
NURS 3414Health Assessment4
NURS 3531Nursing Care of Parents/Newborns5
NURS 3620Fundamentals of Nursing Care6
NURS 3630Nursing Care of Adults I6
NURS 4342Nursing Research3
NURS 4540Nursing Care of Mental Health Clients5
NURS 4541Nursg Care of Child/Families5
NURS 4650Nursing Care of Adults II6
NURS 4162NCLEX-RN Preparatory Course1
NURS 4560Rural and Community Health Nursing5
NURS 4561Leadership in Professional Nursing5
Total Hours121

This course can be use to satisfy the Core Curriculum Requirements.

A grade of “C” or higher must be earned in all Nursing Major courses required for this major. Complete the six (6) key nursing support courses (Anatomy & Physiology I and II, Chemistry, Microbiology, Statistics, and Human Development -Life Span) by time of application with a “B” or better in each course.

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